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Egypt’s Mohammed Morsi pressed on violence, inclusiveness

CAIRO — After Egypt’s worst sectarian violence in months left seven dead the past two days, Egypt’s leading opposition figure Mohamed ­­El Baradei called on the Islamist president Monday to make serious concessions to bring the opposition into decision-making.

Baradei said national reconciliation is the only way out of the country’s myriad problems.

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